UAN: Article type:++add book link at top++ --This is adapted from the book, Eat Smart, Play Hard, by RW USA Nutrition Editor Liz Applegate. Vitamin C helps protect your body from oxidative damage caused by exercise and other stresses such as air
with all the possible setbacks, such as having your goggles knocked off, losing your nutrition or getting a puncture. Also envisage how you think you'll feel at different stages of the race and prepare yourself for those feelings and be ready to overcome
to move from 10K to half-marathon? I only have one pace. How can I speed up? How essential are rest days? What can I do to improve my kick at the end of races? Nutrition BasicsFuelling your body with the right food will not only boost your energy levels
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brain, a proper nutrition plan may take a back seat.But proper nutrition is central to your training and to race success. By fuelling correctly and ensuring you're hydrated before, during and after training, you will perform and feel better and still
Got a training question, an inspirational story, or a rib-tickling running anecdote? Then whizz it over to us.We want to bring you right into the heart of the magazine, with:Your questions answered by our experts: training, nutrition, health
Every day you are bombarded with images of food, facts about food and outright lies about food, and this constant barrage has to compete with what you already think you know about food. Sometimes you just want a few simple questions answered. So that's what we've done. With the r...
When you're sidelined by injury your natural reaction should be to cut back on calories until it's time to return to training - and burning energy. But the healing process demands fuel, too. "It's like fixing a house," says sports dietitian Cynthia Sass. "A crack in the foundatio...
UAN: Article type:++add book link at top++ --This is adapted from the book, Eat Smart, Play Hard, by RW USA Nutrition Editor Liz Applegate. There may be something here if youre a sprinter. Taking a few spoonfuls of sodium bicarbonate (commonly
Q. I've had stomach issues when racing. I'm about to do an Ironman and am considering taking Imodium. Is this a bad idea?A. No. Between 20 and 40 per cent of all serious runners experience bowel problems when running. Anxiety and mechanical forces
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